These were growing in an area with mostly Redwood with a Doug fir also nearby.
The caps were up to 4.5 cm across, scaly and fibrillose.
The gills were adnexed and quite a dark brown, probably due to their advance age.
The spores were ~ 7.7-8.4 X 4.4-5.3 microns, elliptical and basically smooth.
There was abundant Pleurocystidia that was about 85 microns long.
No strong odor detected.
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